In Vitro Fertilization. How it Works

October 8, 2013 § Leave a comment

IVF is the fertilization process that requires the removal of some eggs from your ovaries and later to be mixed with sperm in a laboratory dish. Fertilization actually takes place in this particular laboratory dish (“in vitro” is the Latin expression of “in glass”). The first “test-tube” baby, following IVF procedure, was born in 1978 and thousands of babies followed.

 

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